Ningyo Ouji
Mermaid Prince
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Ningyo Ouji

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Ametsukigahara, Yuki no Hi
Japanese: 人魚王子
English: Mermaid Prince
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 28, 2014 to Oct 28, 2015
Genre: Drama Drama
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Wings
Authors: Ozaki, Kaori (Story & Art)

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Score: 7.101 (scored by 17501,750 users)
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Ranked: #63812
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Popularity: #4324
Members: 3,646
Favorites: 24
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MangaWingsOzaki, Kaori (Story & Art)
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Synopsis

1-2. Ametsukigahara
3. Yuki no Hi
4-6. Ningyo Ouji

Background

Ningyo Ouji will be published in Spanish as El príncipe del mar by Milky Way Ediciones in June 2016.

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Jan 21, 2018
Major_Gilbert (All reviews)
Mermaid Prince:
Probably the best story out of the 3, with some actual plot going on. The story isn't that great itself but I still liked it. Seeing the title I guess you know what it's about. I liked the characters, especially Mugi, determined to achieve anything at the right time.

Snowy Day:
This story was pretty refreshing. Although it's the shortest story out of the 3, it presented a lot about the contrast between the calm library and the busy city. Decent.

Ametsukigahara:
Now this one was odd. It's either because I didn't really get the story or the story's just bad. Some scenes were inexplicable for me read more
Oct 8, 2018
8kivito8 (All reviews)
Ningyo Ouji is a refreshing read with the limitations of being only one volume. Most short story mangas can't compare to long mangas on the count that character development isn't possible to some extent. Having said that, it is a good manga with three very different stories. My personal favorite is Ametsukigahara where you can see the struggle of becoming an adult in the world we live in were everyone has to have their future planned. It is a newly approach for me. The other two are refreshing and feel good stories.

Kaori Ozaki is a great mangaka with a great ability on story telling and read more
May 21, 2020
pipiiixiaa (All reviews)
I was drawn in by the art, like I am for most of the shorter mangas I read. This art reminded me strongly of the Studio Ghibli artstyle--simple to the eye, but detailed enough to hear the background noises.

The writing in this series is very floaty in the sense that while ten or so plot lines are opened, only one is officially solved. The other plot lines are resolved subtly or in ways where the audience feels half-satisfied with the way things turned out. This idea applies to the first and third story the most, while the second story is a melancholy oneshot.

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Feb 9, 2022
Reville_ (All reviews)
Mermaid Prince - This one is the longest with the most narrative. The ocean is featured prominently in this story and it in some respects reminded me a lot of The Gods Lie, another work by the same author. The art is beautiful, and I loved the oceanic/tropical vibes.

Yuki no Hi - This one was the shortest and I think it's the weakest. It's only one chapter, but I still enjoyed how kind the protagonist was and the magical(?) element in it.

Ametsukigahara - Weirdly enough I enjoyed this one the most. It felt the most "out there" for all the stories. The protagonist comes across read more

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